SJSU was down 5-0 after one inning and could never get back in the game.
SJSU is in second place in teh Mountain West entering the weekend.
The Spartans took two out of three from the Rams over the weekend.
In the first two games of the series, the Spartans have outscored the Rams 31-8.
Since SJSU joined the Mountain West, the visiting team has won the season series between the Spartans and Rams.
SPARTAN NOTES: In her first year as a Spartan.
|Academic All-Mountain West|
2018: Appeared in 38 games with 34 starts all but two at third base…her other two starts were as the designated player versus Indiana (2/10) and at first base against South Dakota (2/16)…batted .183 (15-for-82) with eight runs and five RBIs…had an on base percentage of .309 and slugged .220…had two multi-hit games – against Oregon (2/25) and at Boise State (3/23)…lone multi-RBI game was against UNLV (3/31)…had three extra base hits, all doubles – against San Diego State (3/18), and twice against UNLV (3/30 & 3/31)…scored a season-high two runs at Colorado State (4/20) and also earned a season-best two walks in the game…had a season best seven-game hitting streak (from 3/29-to-4/14)…defensively had 52 putouts, 77 assists and eight errors…made one relief appearance in the circle – versus Iowa State (2/18)…tossed one inning and gave up one hit. (Game-by-Game Stats)
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2017 graduate of Ceres (Calif.) High School…a four-year letterwinner (coach Ashley Nicolich)…a four-time first team All-Western Athletic Conference (WAC) performer…a four-time WAC champion who led her team to the 2016 Sac-Joaquin Section Division III championship…earned 2017 WAC Most Valuable Player honor while batting .645 with five homers, six doubles, 21 RBIs and 14 runs…2016 All-WAC performer…a second-team All-WAC honoree in basketball.
RAYOHNA: Majoring in nursing with a minor in biological science…hopes to pursue a career as a registered nurse…the daughter of Rayma and John Sagapolu…Rayohna Sagapolu is a native of Castro Valley, Calif.